: Sound recording of Sue Cobble's 1976 interviews with Caroline Decker Gladstein documenting her experiences as a Communist Party activist and labor organizer in the 1920s and 1930s across the United States. Topics include: the 1931 Harlan County, Kentucky, coal miners' strike; Communist organizing campaigns in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and California; the Cannery and Agricultural Workers Industrial Union; and farm workers' strikes in California. Collection Guide
: Finding aid to the Caroline Decker Gladstein oral historyManuscript Call Number
: MS 3025Cassette Call Number
: CT 35.1-35.7Rights
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